Health Foundry is recruiting for a Programmes Manager

Exciting news here at HF HQ! We are on the look out for a new team member.

We have put in place a ambitious strategy for 2018-19 which will see us significantly grow our community and provide more relevant support to our members including a light-touch incubator programme for early stage startups; solidify our growing reputation as the health tech hub in London; and be more proactive in providing support and resources to individuals and organisations in the local healthcare system, and beyond, to help them develop new digital solutions to their challenges.

To deliver on these ambitions, we're recruiting for a Programmes Manager to join the team. This is a new, exciting and varied role with the ability to make it your own. Read the job description and find out how to apply here.

What happened at our Social Prescribing Design Jam

What happened at our Social Prescribing Design Jam

On a cold and rainy Tuesday in March, 31 clinicians, patients, designers and technologists gathered at Health Foundry for our first Design Jam of 2018. The Design Jam was a day long event bringing together a wide range of people from Lambeth and further afield to develop design-led and tech-enabled solutions to the challenges and opportunities of social prescribing to help people living with multiple long term conditions (mLTCs). 

Lunch&Learn: How not to run out of money

Lunch&Learn: How not to run out of money

At last week’s Lunch&Learn we hosted an inspiring and personal talk from Rinesh Amin, Co-founder of DrDoctor. DrDoctor was the very first member to join Health Foundry back in August 2016 and are considered a health tech success story. Rinesh shared with us, the ins and outs of DrDoctor in the early days and how they achieved the hard task of not running out of money in those tough early three years.

Lunch&Learn: Grant Funding: applying for it and delivering the projects in MedTech

Lunch&Learn: Grant Funding: applying for it and delivering the projects in MedTech

Richard has spent nearly 20 years leveraging government funding to support business growth and R&D. His work has not only helped private businesses, charities and public institutions to secure funding but has seen him fund businesses he has co-founded. This experience has led to a deep insight into the application processes for UK and EU funding, and also how to deliver grant-funded projects both when they are going well and not so well!